Sustainable Mongol podcast episodes

Sustainable Mongol podcast episodes


Episode 5: Role of Herder cooperatives in sustainable wool and cashmere production
Guests: D. Oyungerel, Executive Director of AVSF Sustainable Cashmere Union; G.Enkhtaivan, Chairman of Ulziit Gol Cooperative in Bayankhongor; Ts. Enkh-Amgalan, Green Gold and Animal Health Project Manager; J. Chantsalkham, Environmental Friendly Cashmere Project Manager

We talked about how herders are contributing to the supply of environmentally friendly and sustainable cashmere from Mongolia to the world market.


Episode 4: GAP analysis made on the Regulatory framework of the Sustainable textile production and ecolabelling in Mongolia
Guest: N. Erdenesaikhan, Director of Environment and Security Center NGO 


The results of the analysis show that the principles and requirements of sustainable production are only partially reflected in the green industry and environmental regulations, and there is a lack of coherence and cross-sectoral policy implementation.



Episode 3: Consumers' perception survey about sustainable wool and cashmere
Guests: VMLY&R Researcher J. Khaliun, STeP EcoLab Project Officer B. Dulguun 

The survey shows that 17% of total respondents have heard of sustainable products and that the knowledge and perception vary depending on their level of education. In addition the consumers with an average monthly income above 4 mln have heard more about sustainable production/products.




Episode 2: Sustainable cashmere best practices in Bayankhongor aimag
Guests: D. Erdenebileg, Bayankhongor aimag coordinator, AVSF Mongolia; L.Gantsogt, Consultant, National Pasture Users Association; S. Badraa, Chairman, "Tsankhir Khairkhan" Cooperative, Baatsagaan soum, Bayankhongor aimag; T.Gundoo, Board member, "Tuin Hishig" Cooperative, Jinst soum

Discussions on the best practices of the AVSF Mognolia's Sustainable Cashmere Project in Bayankhongor aimag and the goals and activities of the Sustainable Cashmere Union.

Episode 1: Sustainable wool and cashmere sector and its financing policy 
Guests: Dr. U.Sarangoo, Sustainable Textile Production Project Manager, E.Nandin-Erdene, Project and Cooperation Manager, Sustainable Finance Association

They discussed how to introduce sustainable production and consumption in the Mongolian cashmere industry, which supplies 40 percent of the world's cashmere resources, and how to increase the financial opportunities needed for raw material production. 


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